December 12, 2005

"Tookie" Williams Gets "needled"

I found this little ditty in the comments at the Rott. I took the liberty of reposting it here, as it describes my level of regard for what is about to transpire after midnight tonight perfectly.

Took, Took, Tookie goodbye!
Took, Took, Tookie won’t fry!
The needle that will graze ya,
Will stop yer heart in
San Quentin’s Euthanasia!

Took, Took, Tookie’s bombshell!
Took, Took, Tookie’s in hell!
Walk towards the light!
Don’t bother to fight!
Yer asshole will be glowing
Like it’s made of graphite!

(dum, dum, dum, dum)

Took, Took, Tookie good bye!
Took, Took, Tookie Banzai!


Another commenter also had what I thought what a pretty good suggestion:

"Those drugs go in order like this: Sleep, Stop Lungs, Stop Heart."

"They need to do a little shell game shuffle to:

Stop Lungs. Have smoke break. Stop Heart. Fuck the sleep he’s gone. My, my he apparently shit and pissed himself. What an undignified thing for such a tough guy to do."

"Can’t wait for the next Tookie Cookie™"

~ LC Ranger 6

Posted by Delftsman3 at December 12, 2005 07:05 PM | TrackBack

He should die slowly.

Fuck this painless needle crap.

Did his victims die quickly and/or painlessly?



Posted by: RightWingRocker at December 12, 2005 10:38 PM

It's a done deal, good riddance, a sentence that should have been carried out 25 years ago. It's nice to see that Arnies testicles have decended, he turned down both appeals. That should wipe the smirk off Scott Petersons face.

Posted by: Jack at December 13, 2005 12:58 PM

Death by I.V. would be cruel to me. The judge who called the gas chamber cruel and unusual was an idiot. In industry and in aviation we are taught that asphyxiation by loss of oxygen is painless. That is why we need to be so careful around enclosed spaces.
Bring back the gas chamber and let them chose cyanide or plain vanilla nitrogen. Either way, no pain, no strain.

Posted by: Walter E. Wallis at December 13, 2005 01:15 PM

Should have fried him 20 years ago, Cat

Posted by: Catfish at December 13, 2005 01:33 PM
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